Gain a Global Perspective
Globalization Studies opens doors to unlimited career opportunities. Make yourself invaluable with a degree in Globalization & International Relations.
Welcome to the Institute for Globalization Studies (IGS), which, among other things, offers a new BA in Globalization Studies and International Relations (GLI). Check out this video about the GLI major:
- For information about the Institute, contact the Director of the IGS, Dr. Sophie Raynard-Leroy:
- For more information about the GLI degree (major or minor), contact the Undergraduate
Program Director, Dr. Andrea Fedi: firstname.lastname@example.org. To officially declare the major or minor, go to SOLAR and submit the online form.
- At IGS, Dr. Rosabel Ansari's role is to build and promote intellectual life through events planning. Contact her: email@example.com
Add a GLI focus to your MA in another discipline
The "Competence in Globalization" focus is a new microcredential that you can obtain through GLI in order to make your MA more marketable.
You can earn a Master of Arts with a Focus in Globalization Studies and International Relations with one of the following MA programs:
- Africana Studies
- Asian & Asian-American Studies
- European Languages, Literatures, & Cultures
- Hispanic Languages, & Literature
Virtual Office Hours for GLI Majors/Minors
Undergraduate Program Director, Andrea Fedi
(Zoom link will be sent via email upon request)
The latest GLI checklists for majors and minors are now available.
Checklists are available down below:
Please note that Degree Works has been programmed to track students' progress towards completion of the GLI major and minor.
Scholarships, internships, and other opportunities for GLI students. Also read about our Study Abroad opportunities.
See a complete list of past and present scholarship/internship opportunities here.
News and Announcements
Fulbright U.S. Student Program
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program has officially launched the 2023 application for award activities in 2024-25!
Check out the 2023 Stony Brook University Fulbright information session here. This session also shows you how to search for awards on the website!
Individual advising consultations begin May 1st. Please sign up using the QR code below.
GLI STUDENT MIXER with joseph kim
The spring student mixer on March 1, 2023 gave GLI majors and minors an opportunity to meet Joseph Kim, former U.S. State Department Foreign Service Officer.
In this meet and greet, Joseph Kim went over:
- the major career tracks of the Foreign Service (political, economic, management, public affairs, and specialist)
- how to join the State Department
- scholarship/internship programs for university students
- his personal story from student to diplomat
- Q & A with students
Enroll in ARTH 300/HUMN 221/INTD (EURO) 215 (Summer in Prague and Vienna) to learn more on the history of science, the Enlightenment and Romantic periods, the Industrial Revolution, the Turn-of-the Century, World War I, the rise of Nazism, the onslaught of Communism, and the Cold War. Find more details on the course(s) here.
New SUMMER 2023 Course!
GLI 212: Social Media and Disinformation, with Nas Ferns (Summer session 2)
We've added GLI 212: Social Media and Disinformation, which fulfills the GLO and HUM requirements.
The class meets in-person on M/W from 1:30PM to 4:55PM at Harriman Hall 115.
Summer 2023 Electives
Summer 2023 course listings are now available. You can find a complete list of electives for the GLI major and minor here. If you have any questions, contact GLI undergraduate director Dr. Andrea Fedi.
CAPACITY BUILDING FOR GRASSROOTS WOMEN IN CLIMATE ACTION THROUGH STORYTELLING
Thursday, 24th August | 15:00-16:30 CEST
As is increasingly evident through changing seasonal and weather patterns, climate change is one of the greatest environmental challenges of our time. It impacts everyone everywhere and has resulted in devastating impacts, such as loss of viable agricultural lands and biodiverse ecosystems. One way to build a climate change response - at the grassroots and global level - is by documenting women's climate change adaptation stories.
Capturing the stories of women who are empowered because of newly acquired technical expertise has multiple benefits, from introducing new ways for both men and women to work together, to helping the public learn more about how women become empowered by taking on leadership roles and providing a baseline for how women's narratives change over time.
Join this virtual dialogue and storytelling event to hear the testimonies of women from the Global South to showcase their agency, sense of leadership, and empowerment across the globe! To register for the event, please click here. For more information on the event, head to the event webpage.
IGS Faculty Spotlight